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2018ApJ...863L..30A - Astrophys. J., 863, L30-L30 (2018/August-3)

The search for neutrinos from TXS 0506+056 with the ANTARES telescope.

ALBERT A., ANDRE M., ANGHINOLFI M., ANTON G., ARDID M., AUBERT J.-J., AUBLIN J., AVGITAS T., BARET B., BARRIOS-MARTI J., BASA S., BELHORMA B., BERTIN V., BIAGI S., BORMUTH R., BOUMAAZA J., BOURRET S., BOUWHUIS M.C., BRANZAS H., BRUIJN R., BRUNNER J., BUSTO J., CAPONE A., CARAMETE L., CARR J., CELLI S., CHABAB M., CHERKAOUI EL MOURSLI R., CHIARUSI T., CIRCELLA M., COELHO J.A.B., COLEIRO A., COLOMER M., CONIGLIONE R., COSTANTINI H., COYLE P., CREUSOT A., DIAZ A.F., DESCHAMPS A., DISTEFANO C., DI PALMA I., DOMI A., DONA R., DONZAUD C., DORNIC D., DROUHIN D., EBERL T., EL BOJADDAINI I., EL KHAYATI N., ELSASSER D., ENZENHOFER A., ETTAHIRI A., FASSI F., FELIS I., FERMANI P., FERRARA G., FUSCO L., GAY P., GLOTIN H., GREGOIRE T., GARCIA RUIZ R.G., GRAF K., HALLMANN S., VAN HAREN H., HEIJBOER A.J., HELLO Y., HERNANDEZ-REY J.J., HOSSL J., HOFESTADT J., ILLUMINATI G., DE JONG M., JONGEN M., KADLER M., KALEKIN O., KATZ U., KHAN-CHOWDHURY N.R., KOUCHNER A., KRETER M., KREYKENBOHM I., KULIKOVSKIY V., LACHAUD C., LAHMANN R., LEFEVRE D., LEONORA E., LOTZE M., LOUCATOS S., MARCELIN M., MARGIOTTA A., MARINELLI A., MARTINEZ-MORA J.A., MELE R., MELIS K., MIGLIOZZI P., MOUSSA A., NAVAS S., NEZRI E., NUNEZ A., ORGANOKOV M., PAVALAS G.E., PELLEGRINO C., PIATTELLI P., POPA V., PRADIER T., QUINN L., RACCA C., RANDAZZO N., RICCOBENE G., SANCHEZ-LOSA A., SALDANA M., SALVADORI I., SAMTLEBEN D.F.E., SANGUINETI M., SAPIENZA P., SCHUSSLER F., SPURIO M., STOLARCZYK T., TAIUTI M., TAYALATI Y., TROVATO A., VALLAGE B., VAN ELEWYCK V., VERSARI F., VIVOLO D., WILMS J., ZABOROV D., ZORNOZA J.D., ZUNIGA J. (The ANTARES Collaboration)

Abstract (from CDS):

The results of three different searches for neutrino candidates, associated with the IceCube-170922A event or from the direction of TXS 0506+056, by the ANTARES neutrino telescope, are presented. The first search refers to the online follow-up of the IceCube alert; the second is based on the standard time-integrated method employed by the Collaboration to search for point-like neutrino sources; the third uses information from the IceCube time-dependent analysis that reported bursting activity centered on 2014 December 13, as input for an ANTARES time-dependent analysis. The online follow-up and the time-dependent analysis yield no events related to the source. The time-integrated study performed over a period from 2007 to 2017 fits 1.03 signal events, which corresponds to a p-value of 3.4% (not considering trial factors). Only for two other astrophysical objects in our candidate list has a smaller p-value been found. When considering that 107 sources have been investigated, the post-trial p-value for TXS 0506+056 corresponds to 87%.

Abstract Copyright: © 2018. The American Astronomical Society. All rights reserved.

Journal keyword(s): astroparticle physics - elementary particles - galaxies: active

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